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, who feels good this morning? 47 degrees. bonnie in parkville is matching that mark. we may drop another notch. our forecast low is 46. 50 in ocean city. after the 80s yesterday and the tornado still yet to be confirmed, we are looking at 45 detroit, 3 green bay and 20s international falls. this is our fall boundary off the coast. the dirty high means it is going to have a lot of cloudiness that is going to streak in here as well. unfortunately, that is going to keep our crystal clear sky limited. it is going to make you feel even cooler. we are looking for the clouds to try to fill badge in. our future radar, indicating a southern system tries to clip ocean city, southern maryland. there could be rain saturday interest sunday. 66 partly to mostly cloudy today, tonight we are back down in the 40s and we'll check out your extended forecast in the next half hour. now to the roads with tonya. >> the ramp from richie highway southbound to 100 westbound will be closed until mid fall. you'll have to use a detour there. traffic is flowing freely between dorsey and savage. no issues sout
by for a moment, steve, i want to introduce you to bonnie, her husband died the morning of 9/11. he was on the 105th floor of tower one, the cantor fitzgerald offices, but even after his death, he never stopped sending bonnie messages of his love and bonnie soon found out she was the not the only one experiencing this. >> i went up to her room and she was playing by herself and having a conversation. i asked her who she was talking to. >> i said all the boys, they tell me knock knock jokes and funny. >> she proceed today name all of the guys that timmy was friends with on the desk. she went downstairs and brought a picture of all the boys. >> and i said, do you know who these boys are? >> and she said, of course, and she pointed to each one of them. >> amazing story, and there are so many more of them. joining me now is bonnie, the author of the book "messages signs, visits and premonitions from loved ones lost on 9/11" it's great to see you again, bonnie. >> good morning. >> gretchen: you wrote the book and it was a best seller and every time you think of your husband. >> we're in front of ground
't wake up. >> joining us is cbs news legal analyst jack ford and bonnie fuller of hollywoodlife.com. she clearly doesn't have any money because she was in jail a number of years and she has gotten a judgment of a hundred,000 she has to pay. >> it's an interesting statute that florida has and it's not often used apparently but it gives the court the ability to say if somebody is convicted after crime and there are costs we can allocate to that crime, it gives the court the ability to say, you know what? you're going to pay for it. here, obviously, the big question was how do you work out those numbers? how do you decide what numbers she is involved with? and, you know, the judge was sort of solemnesque about this because the government the prosecution was looking for about $500,000 for this. the defense was saying no it's way too much. she should only be required to pay back that portion that can be directly related to what she was convicted of is telling lies not the investigation into the death. the judge came in and said all right, here is what i'm goin
in this neighborhood, several homes are now condemned because of collapsed retaining walls here bonnie these town homes. we saw homes and businesses damaged as the water continues to make its way up and rise into many of those homes. in a mobile home park, we know several residents are now displaced now that their homes have also been condemned. several of them have been living in shelters since that happened. many of them with no place to go. the threat of mother nature leaving another mess certainly has a lot of people worried. >> i don't know what is going to happen. >> we're going to be scared now that it floods again because if it does that, it might get all the way up here. >> in some of those sections that suffered damage, we had some businesses with up to $150,000. some of the residents in the mobile home park said it could be years to rebuild in that area. meanwhile, a lot of these residents have been moved out of these homes because they are not safe for them to be in and a lot of people in the other surrounding parts of the community are watching
loved. one high school student's dreams finally came true. chia bunny rodriguez -- to bonnie rodriquez. doctors said it was unlikely he would hold onto what was most important, his life. at 7 years old, he was diagnosed with severe a plastic anemia, a disease in which bone marrow fails to produce a enough red blood cells. >> we were like, we wish it were cancer instead because it was more well known, more recognizable. >> they could not find a match for a bone marrow transplant so he went to london for alternative treatments. >> the lady said it would not hurt him. i guess i was just so desperate. i said i have to do this. >> doctors still do not know how or why but the treatment worked. >> we know that once upon a time that was not a possibility. so yeah it is incredible. >> now geobotany is not only a senior in high school. -- g. of their -- giovanni is not only senior in high school, but he is the starter on the football field. >> wonderful endin [ male announcer ] humble beginnings are true beginnings. they are the purest way to gauge success. maybe the only way to gaug
. here is her story. >> dominique frazier who called herself bonnie loved to write poetry. in fact, she posted several videos of herself reading poetry on youtube. the 18-year-old university student was murdered last week on the second floor of her residence. her suite mate 19-year-old alexis simpson is to blame. >> simpson turned off an ipod her suite mates were listening to and they got upset when she refused to turn it back on. the argument ended with simpson stabbing frazier in the neck. >> it is very sad. it is not supposed to be like that. >> alexis simpson sits in jail facing several charges including first-degree murder. >> a grand jury indicted two prince george's county police officers in connection with the beating of a maryland student. this video shows the officers taking down and beating jack mckenna after the basketball game in march 2010. register naled baker and james harris -- reginald baker and james harrisson are facing charges. a convicted cop killer is scheduled to die tonight barring any last-minute intervention. peopl
future. >> bonny mulieri. >> it's like watching your child stand in the middle of the interstate and you just have to hope they don't get hit. >> reporter: holly carr. 46 mothers fighting for their children and yours by shaving their heads. susan did it on live tv during an earlier broadcast in honor of her 10-year-old son. cancer took his life earlier this year. >> i have done this for david and i have now been able to check this off as something i've done and i'm proud. our children didn't have a choice. they were bald because they had this terrible disease. >> reporter: the number 46 is significant because each week day in the united states, 46 children in the united states are diagnosed with pediatric cancer, like little decklin eight days shy of his first birthday when he lost his life to cancer. >> we started looking into pediatric cancer and we're shocked at how underfunded it was. >> we've been through the worst of the worst. and i think going through that with your child you realize like what's important and what's not. >> reporter: and what's important now is raising money. mor
the entire competition. the judges compared marcus canty to usher and bonnie brown. he joined us early today -- and bobby brown. he joined us early today on fox 5 news. >> words cannot express how exciting it is to have, you know, so many people stand up for you and clap for you, to have l.a.
. in bonnie walid, where loyalists still have power, revolutionist fighters are preparing a full-scale attacks. they have been telling residents they have two days to leave. hundreds are getting out now. many are leaving toward tripoli. that's where throngs of libyans are gathering in martyr square. they're raising flags, celebrating their newfound freedom. ritta nissan, cbs news. >> after fighting, one of the biggest concerns is making sure the weapons gadhafi left behind don't fall into the wrong hands. >>> a brazen attack in afghanistan is finally over. [ gunshots ] more than two dozen people are dead after the 20-hour shootout between insurgents and afghan police. in all, 20 were killed, including five police officers and 11 civilians. no nato or u.s. embassy employees were hurt. >>> tonight, more information about a group of people who banded together to do what seemed impossible. kai is live with more on the good samaritans who risked their lives to save a motorist who was at risk. >> the motorists didn't know each other, but they each knew what they had to do. they came together to lift
bonnie. >> reporter: in the months before her murder, she posted several you tube videos, reading from the poem she had written. >> i'm only dominique. i can't do any better. >> her video slipped into the world of a girl whose life was cut short wednesday night, when she was stabbed in the neck by her roommate, 19-year-old alexis simpson. after the two began fighting over music. simpson told the other two, i didn't mean to do it. you all didn't know what i've been through. you all jumped me. >> for many students, the pain is still fresh. >> definitely shook us pretty much. because we didn't expect it. >> even those attending the memorial in her honor, student says they sense a change on campus since the crime. >> it makes everybody closer. you know what i mean? like nobody is having beefs with each other. no one is arguing. we're all one. >> it's something you have to move on from. you know what i'm saying? just look at it as something to just, you know, make us better somehow. >> reporter: healing a slow process, as many here will reflect on the young woman with so much to say. >> not
herself bonnie and loved to write poetry. >> and i wanted to give you all some of my insight. >> reporter: in the months before her murder, she posted several you tube videos, reading from the poem she had written. >> i'm only dominique, i can't do no better. >> reporter: her video shows a girl who had glimpses when she was stabbed in the neck by 19- year-old alexis simpson. simpson later told her other roommate, i didn't mean to do it, you all don't know what i've been through. you all jumped me. >> flowers left outside the dormitory where the murder happened. for many students, the pain still fresh. >> we didn't kidnap it -- expect it. >> reporter: even those who never knew frazier, students here say they sense a change on campus since the crime. >> this event made everybody closer. you know what i mean? nobody is arguing. everyone is just together. we're all one. >> it's something that we're going to have to move on from, you know what i'm saying? just look at it as something to just you know, make it better somehow. >> reporter: healing a slow process, as many here reflect on the youn
. she called herself bonnie and her youtube channel is full of videos where she reads poetry about life and love. >> she was murdered last thursday in his residence on campus. police say she was stabbed to death by her suite mate, 19- year-old alexis simpson after the two got into an argument about an ipod that has been allegedly turned off since then. students are shocked at the allegations against simpson. >> we had no idea what pressure she was under but it could have ended better. >> the campus is coming together to remember a student. tonight they will hold a memorial to honor dominique frazier and celebrates the impact her life had on so many. we are still awaiting details from the university as to exactly what time and wear on campus this memorial will take place tonight. in the meantime, defense lawyers for alexis simpson say they plan to argue in court that she killed dominique frazier in self-defense, although the prosecution says they plan to prove otherwise. in maryland, jummy olabanji, abc 7 tnews. >>> funeral services will be held for the oldest child of ted kennedy. she d
by this lady. and i want to introduce you to bonnie jacobs. hi, bonnie. >> hi. >> tell me what is going on here. this is great. >> it started back in april. with the design that came from joan gardner and gail boemenharlo and janet etheridge. and anyway, they put their heads together, and came up with this idea for having a mural in the visitor's center. >> and you will be working on this through october? >> we will wrap it up hopefully the end of this month. and we've got to grout it now. we got to put grout in here, and grout in here, with the dark brown here, where the blue is, blue gray grout. and the artists in the community made these pieces and these over here, this is potter pieces. >> and well, she is working around herself. but all of the artists here -- >> real quickly so you understand, here you are, right? okay, turn now. no? yes, right? i thought that looked like you. now turn and look this way. >> okay. >> you didn't want to talk but i wanted to make sure she was on tv. >> a reason to come back. thank you, ladies. myfoxdc.com is our web site. we have a link to the barns at rose h
. host: from maryland we hear from bonnie on our republican line. caller: good morning. i don't blame the president for job loss. i blame our local politicians. our governor went to asia, our governor went to asia, hired a bunch of teachers, paid their expenses to relocate to baltimore, all the while they laid our teachers off. now he's going to india. he bragged. we have five companies in baltimore and we have 50 companies in india. he's traveling with businessmen at the taxpayers expense. to me, it would make more sense to hire local rather than go to other companies and pay them to come to our country and take our jobs. to me, this is our politician's fault. it's the locals. it's not the president's responsibility. it's the state responsibility to keep our jobs in our state. guest: now, i have to say i don't know about the conditions and the situation in maryland that you're talking about. but there's no question that state and local governments have been shrinking. they've lost about 550,000 jobs in all over the last couple of years. and so that's one area. states are dealing with
consumers, too. really covers the intersection of all those areas. host: from maryland we hear from bonnie on our republican line. caller: good morning. i don't blame the president for job loss. i blame our local politicians. our governor went to asia, our governor went to asia, hired a bunch of teachers, paid their expenses to relocate to ltimore, all the while they laid our teachers off. now he's going to india. he bragged. we have five companies in baltimore and we have 50 companies in india. he's traveling with businessmen at the taxpayers expense. to me, it would make more sense to hire local rather than go to other companies and pay them to come to o country and take our jobs. to me, this is our politician's fault. it's the locals. it's not the president's responsibility. it's the state responsibility to keep our jobs in our state. guest: now, i have to say i don't know about the conditions and the situation in maryland that you're talking about. but there's no question that ate and local governments have been shrinking. they'veost about 550,000 jobs in all over the last couple of ye
for help. let's get to the phones. bonny, new jersey. caller: i like to ask about the crisis we face with the shortage of generic drugs, a lot of them used for chemotherapy, and other serious drug problems. it is wonderful that we're creating new drugs, but if we are dying because we cannot get the drug said have already been created -- i think a big problem is, i just do not understand. there were 178 drug shortages in 2010, up from 157 the year before, and only 55, which is more than it should be, five years prior. we're getting parts from china -- hip replacements, knee replacements, people going through surgery and winding up worse off than they were. before we start innovating, we should maybe get a handle on what we have. host: here is a story from "the new york times." we had a doctor last week talking about how cancer drugs were in short supply. doctors are coming up empty. guest: it is a serious problem the doctor has put forth clearly in terms of the -- problem. the caller has put it forth clearly in terms of a shortage. they're not entirely drugs for cancer, but oftentimes
may get hammered here. or here on the fourth hour. we have a photo from bonnie harris from orange park, florida. someone clearly just took a trip to the hammered liquor store. >> that looks on purpose, i pray to god. >> you think? >> i hope so. a little joke. >> are we all done? >> yes. >> guess who's sitting over there on our sofa? one of the most talented guys in the whole world. >> hank azaria! he's coming up very soon. >> we have a lot coming up. after this. we're all out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too rough. we're out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too soft. can you toss me a roll? that's better. angel soft. an ideal balance of softness and strength. new natureluxe mousse mascara! we took out a heavy synthetic and put in a light touch of beeswax. up with the volume, down with the weight. new natureluxe mousse mascara. easy breezy beautiful covergirl. [ female announcer ] kellogg wants to help make kids happy, one tummy at a time. because 9 out of 10 kids don't get the fiber they need. froot loops, apple jacks and frosted mini-wheats have good-for-you fiber
: in yucca valley, california, bonnie hughes lost her teaching job just as matthew's hours were cut back. now they're losing their home, their car, their insurance, and struggling to feed their three kids. >> we got to feed the kids. we got to pay the bills. what is more important? bill collectors were calling. >> reporter: the hughes and weavers are hardly alone. this week the census bureau reported that 46.2 million americans lived below the poverty line last year. that's $23,314 for a family of four. 22% of children are now living in poverty. 22%. among hispanic kids it's 37%. and 40% of african-american children are living in poverty. >> our nation has aroused the hopes of the poor. >> reporter: it was 50 years ago that sergeant shriver led president johnson's war on poverty. today his son, mark, runs save the children in the u.s. >> it means not having enough food to eat every week. it means going to food pantries, going to the church and begging for food at times. >> we made $42 too much to get on foodstamps. >> reporter: for the hughes and the weavers -- >> with everything happening, t
the answers to all your buzz-worthy questions. bonnie fuller is editor in chief of "hollywood life.com" and edie is from gossip chief. the real housewives of beverly hills, we've been waiting to hear about this after the suicide of one of the husbands. tell us what happened. >> listen, tough situation. a terrible situation. but tough for the producers to handle. i think they handled it pretty well. this had an introduction where they had all the housewives minus taylor armstrong, whose husband committed suicide. they genuinely were grief-stricken, none of them had any idea he was this suppressed. actually the reaction has been mixed. the "los angeles times" came out quite heavily against it. >> they said it was not an appropriate choice. on the other hand, some of the twitters have been quite in favor of this saying thanks for talking about suicide and bringing it to the fore. >> you remember what the fallout -- is anybody playing the show for his suicide? >> i don't think anybody is blaming the show. but there's a lot of people who feel that the whole season should have been pulle
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